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This show has been commercially released as "Road Trips: Vol 4, Number 4"
Subject: Not there anymore
Subject: My favorite show!
This show has it all.
Subject: Unsneeze the snooze clock button, please
on my home speakers only.... id not drive to first set most days...may doze off. Sound-wise this is a excellent/best release of this show.
but alas... Jerry saves and Might As Well! Magic switch from terra firma to the underworld and vice=versa so sometimes I tag it onto the second set to get going.... no hearty Might As Well ever failed to turn it around or get me up and moving at 7 am even if dead...
Another fabulous Spectrum second set. listen lots
Subject: Good source for my 1st GD concert
When this show first appeared here, there was one aud source. Now that C. Miller has this one here, it's the one I will use most often. Streamed through foobar2000 with proper application of the DSP effects pack, this gets fuller fatter and wider than I ever imagined. I still give this show 5 stars. In 1982 many had already written off the GD as a relic of the past. Punk and No Wave ruled the day. I was launched into the GD universe at the right time for *me* and this show did it. I prefer this to the Godcheax years by a wide margin. To each her/his own! Now to someday find the flacs for it...
Subject: my first Dead show
Jerry spoke to me during Terrapin Station; he said that he was "Te-rippin" too!
Subject: fat sound
Phil seems much more prevalent in the mix and funky in 82 than 80 & 81.
Not an expert on spring 82 but going through it
Subject: space>truckin>the other one
smooth as butter, tripped me out>morning dew